[kepler-dev] Web Service Actor Behavior

Ilkay Altintas altintas at sdsc.edu
Thu Apr 28 12:51:56 PDT 2005

Yes. The clone error must be because of the recent bug fix in the web  
service actor to work with the CVS head of PTII.

I've used the WebService actor yesterday and it was working for me. Let  
me try with your web service after you sent the link to the wsdl and  
get back to you.


On Apr 28, 2005, at 12:42 PM, Dan Higgins wrote:

> Jianting,
>    There are 2 actors that I know of ('org.srb.SRBProxyCommand'  
> and'org.srb.SProxy') that still have not been corrected for the  
> problem of setting port containers to null (which is not allowed with  
> PT CVS). Maybe there is a bug in the fix to the Web Service actor to  
> this problem or it is calling one of these actors? [We changed a  
> number of actors recently because of this.]
> Dan
> Jianting Zhang wrote:
>> I'm using the Web Service actor to compose a workflow. There is a  
>> problem with  the latest CVS version: the "configure ports" dialog  
>> does not show the input/output ports derived from the WSDL of a Web  
>> Service. Rather, it simply shows two default ports  
>> (startTrigger/clientExec Errors).
>> When I plugged in an older version of Web Service actor, the  
>> input/output ports derived from the WSDL of a Web Service show up,  
>> but I got an clone error. I think this might be related to some  
>> previous discussions of actor cloning.
>> Interesting, the input/output ports derived from the WSDL of a Web  
>> Service show up of some my old workflows, but they do not show up  
>> when materializing a new WS actor.
>> Does anyone have some suggestions, or I have to use a previous  
>> release for now?.
>> Jianting
>> Jianting Zhang, Ph.D.
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